This behind the scene look at Ben Baker’s work for the annual Fortune 500 issue is not to be missed. Continue reading Behind the scene look at a Fortune Magazine photoshoot
Well TinEye is a myth debunker! He is a fake photo buster. A couple of days ago the UK Telegraph reported that there was perhaps a giant snake lurking in the Borneo river but Mark Frauenfelder from BoingBoing smelled a doctored photograph: Via BoingBoing: My unexpert analysis concludes that these photos of a 100-foot long … Continue reading TinEye – the debunker of fake photos!
Alan Taylor from the Big Pictures blog strikes again: his compilation of a year in review (2008) in photographs is outstanding. It comes in 3 parts, each more awesome than the other. A lot of editorial photography (well it is the Boston Globe after all) and a lot of war (again!). My favourite photograph is … Continue reading 2008 in Photographs
Somebody please tell the Department of Defense about TinEye. I mean if you are going to retouch photographs and release them as handouts, would you not first want to make sure that nobody can actually find the originals? And what’s the best way to do that (besides Bob Owen’s eagle eyes!)? TinEye it is. Continue reading Department of Defense and Photoshop
I am a big photography fan – that probably has a lot to do with my work – so reading this AP story reminds me of how much of an impact a photograph can have on a viewer. Continue reading Esperance — the French word for hope.
Via A Photo Editor: Life Magazine Photo archive issues its first (is it really the first?) take down notice. This won’t be the last one! Continue reading First takedown notice for Life Magazine Image Archive
Google’s efforts to bring offline images online and make them universally accessible strike again, this time by bringing online the 10 million Life archive photo collection. Only 20% of the archive is currently online and available for viewing here, but Google is planning on adding the entire LIFE archive over the coming months. I have … Continue reading Life Photo Archive on Google Image Search
A few months ago I had a great conversation with Daniela who is a Brazilian journalist at the Folha De Sao Paulo. Daniela was writing about our Multicolr lab – this is one of the Idée labs where you can search 10 million creative commons images using multi colours. You can select up to 10 … Continue reading Happiness in colors
The American Society of Magazine Editors selects New York’s Eliot Spitzer cover as best of the year.The last 40 years of winning covers can be viewed here. Continue reading Best Magazine Cover for 2008
Working to create awareness of extremely drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB) Photographers go to the extreme edges of human experience to show people what’s going on. They believe your opinions and your influence matter. They aim their pictures at your best instincts: generosity, a sense of right and wrong, the ability and the willingness to identify with … Continue reading XDR-TB